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Benefits of Healthy Eating & Active Living Helps you learn* Promotes healthy weight* Sports performance* Keeps you healthy* Prevents diseases* Dental health Sleep better Increase self-esteem & self-confidence Decrease depression & anxiety Reduce vandalism Keeps youth out of justice system
Our Children are at Risk Rising rates of obesity & overweight Unhealthy foods replacing healthy foods Illnesses Potential burden on our health care system
The Numbers 36% of Children & Youth (ages 2-17) in Newfoundland and Labrador were overweight or obese. Highest in the country. Canadian average was 26% 1 in 4 kindergarten students in Newfoundland & Labrador are overweight or obese Preschool checks by public health nurses Children living in low income families were 1.5 times more likely to be obese
Portion Sizes National Geographic, August 2004
The Future? We are the first generation of parents whose life expectancy could be longer than our children if present trends continue. World Health Organization
Schools Best way to educate is to teach healthy eating & active living and then use the school environment to reinforce healthy behaviours. Students can eat a large portion of their daily meals and snacks as part of the school day Students’ academic performance, growth, development, and general health are all influenced by foods eaten and activity.
School Foods in Newfoundland 46 % of food offerings in cafeterias are nutritious Schools more likely to serve foods from grill or deep fat fryer 53 % nutritious foods in canteens Most common foods sold in canteens: ice cream and potato chips 27 % nutritious foods in vending Vending machines sell predominately soft drinks and sports drinks Food Nutrition Survey, 2001
School Food Guidelines Canada’s Food Guide Emphasizes the healthiest choices
School Food Guidelines Applies to ALL foods served and sold in school Canteen, cafeteria, vending machines Breakfast programs Special events in class or school Fundraisers
Food Categories Serve Most (At Least 50%) Serve Moderately (Remaining time) Foods Not Included Fibre Nutrient dense with vitamins & minerals Salt Fat Sugar
Grain Products Choose whole grains more often Breads, cereals, pasta, rice, tortilla wraps, crackers Serve Moderately: White based grains
Fruits and Vegetables Fresh Frozen Fruit can also be: Canned in juice Dried fruit Serve Moderately: Sweetened fruits/juices French fries (once a week)
Milk Products Choose lower fat & unsweetened products White milk (<2% milk fat - M.F.) Lower fat cheese (<20% M.F.) Yogurt (<2% M.F.) Serve Moderately Chocolate milk Yogurt drinks Ice cream (once a week)
Meat and Alternatives Choose lean cuts of meat, fish, poultry and dried beans and peas Use lower fat cooking methods Use in moderation any added fats such as oil, gravy, cream sauces Serve moderately: Salami, pepperoni, bologna, wieners, or bacon (once a week)
Foods Not Included Some foods provide very few nutrients Students can fill up on these foods and will not have room for healthier foods Examples: Cookies, cakes, pies, donuts, chocolate bars Popsicles, Jello Potato chips Pop, fruit drinks, sports drinks, energy drinks Battered & fried products – nuggets, battered & fried chicken pieces, onion rings
School Nutrition Environment Healthy foods available in school and classroom Fundraising activities Nutrition education from K to 12 Students involved in decision making regarding foods Promotion of healthy eating to parents and school staff Encouragement of change comes from education and school officials Harmonization of healthy eating messages between home, school, and community
Active Living HOME SCHOOL COMMUNITY An Active School Community is one that supports students and teachers to be active before, during and after the school day. Teachers and Administrators work with parents and community leaders – so that every school-aged child has opportunities to be physically active.
Benefits of Being Active Increases learning Increases self-esteem and self-confidence Reduces depression and anxiety Reduces vandalism in schools and communities. Keeps youth out of the justice system. Helps people sleep better. Reduces the probability of many diseases
Intramurals & Informal activities
Our communities . . . Can we build environments that support physical activity?
Activity within other classes
Time to Reflect On Your School Community Nutrition Physical Activity
Key messages to staff Support Living Healthy concepts within the curriculum Support Living Healthy within the school environment Role model Living Healthy with students
Key messages to school councils & parents Support the school as they make changes to the foods served Support nutrition and activities within school events Support nutrition and active living in your community Become a role model too
Work with your School Community Groups Student council School council Staff Municipal Recreation Local grocery store Resource People School Health Promotion Consultant Public Health Nurses Dietitian or Community Nutritionist
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